TheRoundUp 4/5: Oriakhi to visit Duke, UNC

Oriakhi Will Visit UNC, Duke, Kentucky, Missouri - UConn Basketball - Connecticut News
UConn forward Alex Oriakhi, perhaps the most sought-after transfer in the country, will "definitely visit" North Carolina, Duke, Kentucky and Missouri, his father told Hearst Connecticut Media Group Tuesday.

UConn Men's Basketball: Last Year Vs. This Year - Courant.com
On April 4, 2011, UConn defeated Butler 53-41 to win the national championship. The cast of characters was long and interesting, and equally interesting has been the intervening 365 days. Here's a look at then and now.

UConn basketball: NBA draft projections for Drummond and Lamb - Courant.com
Where various NBA mock drafts have Andre Drummond and Jeremy Lamb going:

2012 Women's NCAA Tournament: Baylor Bears Undefeated, but Not as Dominant as Recent Undefeated Champs UConn, Tennessee - The Daily Fix - WSJ
On average, Baylor’s victory margin was just 26.3 points per game — meaning the Lady Bears averaged a rout, but not as big a rout as the ones averaged by its five most recent historical analogues. UConn’s average wins came by 35 points in 2010, by 30.5 points the year before, by 35.4 points in 2002 and by 33.2 points in 1995. And Tennessee’s average victory margin was 30.1 points per game in 1998.

Pictures: 10 Things To Look For Next Season For UConn Women - Courant.com
10. Next season's NCAA Tournament schedule will include first- and second-round games at Gampel Pavilion and a likely assignment to the Trenton (N.J.) Regional, from where the 2008-09 national champions leapfrogged to the Final Four in St. Louis. The 2013 Final Four will be in New Orleans. Is this presumptuous? Just remember, Auriemma said after UConn's loss to Notre Dame in last Sunday's national semifinal that he expects the team to play in its sixth consecutive Final Four.

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